Category: "Time and Attendance"
3 Tips to Streamline Seasonal Scheduling
21 July, 2021
Estimated time to read: 3 minutes
Building and managing employee schedules can be incredibly complex and time-consuming. This is especially true when planning for busy seasons, including summer and winter holidays. Although the “busy” time of year varies by business, scheduling managers oftentimes find it challeng...
Evaluating Tech Needs for 2021? isolved Recognized for Best Employee Scheduling Software
23 December, 2020
Estimated time to read: 1 minute, 15 seconds
Just two months after being recognized for its payroll software, isolved has been named to Digital.com’s “Best Employee Scheduling Software of 2021” list. Digital.com reviewed more than 90 software providers, sourcing authentic user reviews from across the web and analyzing commen...
A Look at Predictive Scheduling and How It’s Changing Business
25 November, 2020
Estimated time to read: 2 minutes, 15 seconds
With more cities and states passing predictive scheduling laws, businesses are experiencing an uptick in productivity and sales as employees reap the benefits of having advanced notice of their hours. Let’s take a look at how predictive scheduling works and what it means for the future....
How your HCM solution can make FLSA overtime pay compliance easier
10 December, 2019
Estimated time to read: 1 minute, 30 seconds
Effective Jan. 1, 2020, employers across the nation will ring in the new year with evolving employee salaries and job responsibilities - potentially. The U.S. Department of Labor updated the Fair Labor Standards Act salary thresholds for administrative and professional employees (white-collar job...
Four-Day Thanksgiving Holiday Is Workplace Tradition, Survey Finds
20 November, 2018
Estimated time to read: 1 minute, 45 seconds
Thanksgiving Day, the fourth Thursday in November, has been an American tradition since before the nation was founded. The first settlers feasted on various dates in the fall to celebrate the harvest before buckling down for the hard winters. George Washington proclaimed there should be a National T...